World's Most Popular Dinosaur Transforms at Chicago's Field Museum
When she emerged from obscurity in the rock formations of South Dakota in the early 1990s, the world's largest Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton began a long legal and physical journey. Known as Sue, after paleontologist Sue Hendrickson who discovered the skeleton, the well-preserved specimen arrived as the star attraction at Chicago's Field Museum in 2000. But as VOA's Kane Farabaugh reports, after a nearly year-long transition, Sue has taken on a new look.
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